The Museum of Extraordinary Things - Chapter 8 Summary & Analysis

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In the first section of Chapter 8 – The Blue Thread – Eddie couldn’t stop thinking about Coralie. He was unable to take photographs while he waited for his broken hand to heal after the police assault. Eddie visited the hermit again who told him that he’d moved into his shack in the woods because he was heartbroken after his wife died. The next day, Eddie returned to see the hermit and discovered he had been murdered. His mouth had been sewn shut, just as had happened to Hannah Weiss. Eddie buried the hermit before fulfilling his wishes by releasing the wolf and burning down the shack. The wolf did not want to return to the wild and followed Eddie home.

In the second section of Chapter 8 – May 1911 – Eddie and the liveryman returned to the Museum of Extraordinary Things to recover the body of Hannah...

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